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Ronald F. Roma

Beachwood, NJ

As residents we all share a common vision. We want our community to be thought of as the best place to live and raise a family and have it represented in a positive friendly manner. I believe that Beachwood is the best place to live and raise a family.

Our goal as Beachwood’s elected official is, has been and will continue to be, to represent our community positively and to act on initiatives that will keep Beachwood both successful and strong in years to come.

One way that you too can impact your community is to get involved by volunteering. It is truly one of the best ways to join in shaping the future of the town in which we live and raise our children and grandchildren. Volunteering, allows everyone to play a key role in shaping the social atmosphere as well as giving you a feeling of pride and ownership in your community.

Please help us continue to make Beachwood the best place to live, work and raise our children by joining our local boards, commissions or committees, by participating in your local organizations that promote strong goals for your children and by joining and supporting all of our volunteer organizations.

It is an honor and privilege to have been able to serve as Councilman and now as your Mayor and I know that your Governing Body will do it’s very best to represent Beachwood as the positive productive community we know it to be.

Respectfully yours,

Ron Roma,


Breakfast with Santa
Beachwood Fire Department
Invites You to Their Annual Breakfast with Santa
Sunday, December 6th - 8AM til Noon

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Annual Toy Drive Christmas Party
December 12, 2015
7:00PM @ The Beachwood Firehouse
Dinner, DJ and More!!

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Thomas Miserendino

In Fond Memories of
Councilman Thomas D. Miserendino
1944 - 2015

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2015-2016 Citizen of the Year
Donald E. Wiesner

Beachwood Citizen of the Year was honored at
 September 16th's Council meeting

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The Congressional Reading Challenge
Offered to all students

Read 3 books by March 18th
and provide a summary of what was learned from each book
Complete the Entry form at the below link

District Reading Challenge

Did you file a flood insurance claim
after Hurricane Sandy?

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2014 Beachwood Borough Audit Synopsis

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Flood Insurance
Claims Review Clinic

Are you a Sandy victim who feels you were underpaid by your flood insurance company? Click below for information on a clinic co-sponsored by U.S. Senator Bob Menendez and the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group to help Superstorm Sandy victims who are considering having their flood insurance claims reviewed.

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Notice to the Customers of JCP&L

Notice of a filing and Notice of Public Hearings
In the Matter of the 2015/2016 Annual Compliance Filing for a
Change in the Statewide Electric & Gas
Permanent Universal Service Fund Program Factors with the
Electric and Gas Societal Benefits Charge Rates
Persuant to N.J.SA. 48:2-21 and N.J.S.A 48:2-21.1

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Beachwood's Own Kayleigh Hill
State Finalist in the National American
Miss New Jersey Pageant

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Please be aware that the Borough has been ordered by
the Ocean County Board of Taxation to do a Revaluation/Reassessment for tax year 2016. Requiring inspections of all properties in the Borough. An informational letter has been mail to each property owner on June 18th. Inspections will be starting by mid-June. Please make sure
that the inspector has an identification tag before entering
your house and DO NOT allow anyone in without one.

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Summer is finally here, and while that means sunny days and outdoor activities, it also means that ozone season is upon us. Ground-level ozone, an air pollutant created on hot summer days when sunlight and heat cause other air pollutants (including those emitted from cars, trucks and power plants) to react in the air, damages our lungs, particularly impacting children and people with existing health problems. The good news is that there are ways you can reduce your exposure to ozone and help improve our air quality by making simple changes in your routine. The below link has some free services and materials that will make it easier for you to learn how to do this and help educate your friends and neighbors.

  • The Department’s new website ( is a readily accessible source of information about the health and environmental effects of ozone. The site also provides simple tips for reducing your exposure and your contribution to ozone formation.

  • The Department has three new color brochures that explain about the health effects of ozone and focus in on the number one source of air pollution in NJ -- transportation. The printable versions of our brochures can be found at If you’d prefer pre-printed copies for your next event, E-mail us at

  • EnviroFlash is a free email alert system that delivers daily information about air quality in you communities and lets you know how to change your outdoor activities to protect the health. Go to, fill in your email address and zip code, and select the type of message that you’d like to receive. You can also access EnviroFlash directly off the Department’s new website at

  • The Department’s new website also allows you to sign up for an email list to get periodic messages about the health effects of smog and actions that children and adults can take to reduce smog. To sign up, go to

Please help us spread the word about the health risks of ozone and the simple actions we can take to reduce our exposure to ozone by adding a link to our new website on your home page and distributing our brochures. Thank you.


By the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute

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Mayo Park Rental
Mayo Park is not being rented until after completion of the new Recreational Building. Rentals that have already been approved will be honored but no new rentals will be taken.

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New Jersey
Hope and Healing
Managing the Emotional Consequences
of Storms and Flooding

New Jersey Hope and Healing Brochure

Learn About Coastal Flood Risk
in New Jersey

FEMA Region II Coastal Analysis and Mapping website features preliminary Work Maps Now Available for Atlantic, Cumberland, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean and Salem Counties, New Jersey and New York City.

                         Seasonal Influenza (Flu)
Influenza activity is high across most of the United States according to CDC’s latest FluView report. CDC continues to recommend influenza vaccination for people who have not yet been vaccinated this season and antiviral treatment as early as possible for people who get sick and are at high risk of flu complications.
Visit the Ocean County Health Dept at for information on where to get a flu shot.

New Jersey is committed to rebuilding coastal areas to be safer and more resilient following the unprecedented devastation from Superstorm Sandy. That's why the Department of Environmental Protection has adopted emergency amendments to its Flood Hazard Area Control Act rule that establish new elevation standards for new and reconstructed buildings that will protect lives and property. These FAQs will guide you through the process of rebuilding and help you understand the benefits of elevating.

                                    See Quick FEMA FAQ Sheet Here

For a more detailed version of the FAQs and additional information on working with the DEP to recover from Sandy visit



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